**Calculator to convert Amperes to kVA** online with explanation of the **formula** and table of **equivalences** .

**In addition, some examples** are shown that clarify the conversion and the steps of **how to convert** from Amperes to kVA.

**Amp. to kVA calculation formula for generator and transformer, AC, 3 phase, 2 phase, 1 phase:**

**I**_{AC}=Ampere.**V**_{L-L}=Volts Line-Line.**V**_{L-N}=Volts Line-Neutral.**I**_{AC1Ø}=Current/Ampere 1 phase.**I**_{AC2Ø}=Current/Ampere 2 phase.**I**_{AC3Ø}=Current/Ampere 3 phase.

**How to convert Amp. to kVA in only 1 step:**

### Step 1:

Multiply the amps by the voltage indicated in the formula and divide them by 1000. For example, a three-phase fan (3P) has a current of 10 A with a voltage of 208 VL-L, multiply 10 A by the voltage of 208 V , the root of three and divide by 1000, which will result in: 3,6kVA. (10Ax208Vx√3) / 1000 = 3,6kVA).

**Examples of Amps to kVA conversions:**

**Example 1:**

A monophasic hair dryer has an amperage of 2 Amp and a voltage of 110V, how much power in kVA will the dryer have ?.

Answer: // The only thing to do is multiply the Amps by the voltage and the result divide it by 1000, in the following way: (2Ampx110V) / 1000 = 0.22kVA.

**Example 2:**

A three-phase industrial juice extractor has an amperage of 1, amperes and a voltage of 208V (Volts LL), how many kVA will the extractor have?

Answer: // To know the result, you must multiply the voltage by the amperage and by the root of three, and then divide the result by 1000, in the following way: (1.4Ampx208Vx√3) / 1000 = 0.5kVA

**Example 3:**

A three-phase washing machine for a hotel, has a 4Amp amperage and a voltage of 220Volts (Volts Linea-Linea), how many kVA will the washing machine have?

Answer: // As in the previous examples we must multiply 4 amperex220Voltsx√3, the result of this multiplication should be divided by 1000, for a result of: 1,52kVA

**Amp. to kVA, table for conversion, equivalence, transformation (Voltage = 220, AC, 3F):**

How many Amps are: | Equivalence in kVA |

10 Amps | Equivalent to 3.81 kVA |

20 Amps | 7.62 kVA |

30 Amps | 11.43 kVA |

40 Amps | 15.24 kVA |

50 Amps | 19.05 kVA |

60 Amps | 22.86 kVA |

70 Amps | 26.67 kVA |

80 Amps | 30.48 kVA |

90 Amps | 34.29 kVA |

100 Amps | 38.11 kVA |

200 Amps | 76.21 kVA |

300 Amps | 114.32 kVA |

400 Amps | 152.42 kVA |

500 Amps | 190.53 kVA |

600 Amps | 228.63 kVA |

700 Amps | 266.74 kVA |

800 Amps | 304.84 kVA |

900 Amps | 342.95 kVA |

1000 Amps | 381.05 kVA |

2000 Amps | 762.10 kVA |

3000 Amperes | 1143.15 kVA |

4000 Amps | 1524.20 kVA |

5000 Amps | 1905.26 kVA |

**Note :** The conversions of the previous table were made taking into account a voltage of 220V, with a three-phase AC power. For different variables you should use the calculator that appears at the beginning.